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Vpp Wallet

Vpp Wallet

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WALLET
tutorial by Novita Estiti © 2009 http://verypurpleperson.com verypurpleperson@gmail.com
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size when folded: 21x10 cm size when opened: 21x20 cm l width pockets 2 full l 1 zippered pocket l 6 card slots

Wallet

©2009

interfaced 2 pieces of your fabric. can be cut on bias but fabric it is not necessary. interfaced 23x30 cm (leave the A1: rest 7.Fabric B: l 23x38 cm. interfaced l velcro closure A3 B4 #2: Fabric loop and button Additional materials and pieces: l strip 23x3. A1 A2 B2 B1 B3 Closure variation: #1: Tab with velcro closure Additional materials and pieces: l A3 (for tab)7x14 cm.http://verypurpleperson. interfaced l B4 (for tab): 7x14 cm.5 cm if you want to make your own bindings. interfaced if the fabric is thin B1: l B2 (lining): 23x20 cm. l thread elastic l button l lace/ribbon wide Wallet ©2009 . each 23x3. interfaced l B3 (pocket lining): 23x9 cm. cutting binding strips on bias is not necessary.5 cm.com Materials and tools: l fabric l 20 cm l thread l iron l erasable zipper fabric marker Preparing the Fabric: Cut fabric as followed (1 cm seam allowance is included): .5 cm A2: . Note: as the edges are straight. l 23x11.5 cm for fabric loop. Using fabric marker. mark the lines on fabric pieces.5 cm without interfacing as this is going to be inside of pocket.Fabric A: l 23x37.

http://verypurpleperson. 37 .5 A1 20 23 5 5 1 1.5 A2 Fabric B 23 23 9 20 B2 38 7 B1 5 6 23 9 5 B3 6 Wallet ©2009 . 5 interface from bottom line until this line.5 9 11 .com Marking lines on fabrics: Fabric A 23 1 6.

A little wriggling might be needed here. Sew until almost reaching the zipper pull. Place the folded 1 cm of A1 on one side of zipper and topstitch on the zipper. 3 4 4.com Pockets: Fold on all lines and iron the crease. After closing the zipper.http://verypurpleperson. Put the needle down and lift the sewing foot. the needle will keep the fabric in place. but don’t worry. Place the folded 1 cm of A2 on the other side of zipper and topstitch. then close the zipper. then pin zipper to the fabric. Open the zipper halfway before started sewing. 1 Note: 2 1. 3. Notice the accordion arrangement for B1. Wallet ©2009 . 2. A1 1 A2 1 9 B1 6 5 9 Sewing the zipper: Put zipper foot on sewing machine. put the sewing foot again and continue sewing until reaching the end.

1 Now we have the zippered pocket! 2 topstitch Card slots: 1 1. Insert B3 (pocket lining) inside the folded edge (the 6. Now we have the 6 card slots! topstitch topstitch topstitch 3 topstitch Wallet ©2009 . Topstitch about 3-4 mm from the edge. Make sure that all lines are aligned perfectly. 2. On B1. 3. On 5 cm mark of A1. topstitch all top of slots about 2-3 mm from the edge. 1. This will keep the pocket lining in place.5 cm mark on A1). This is the outer card slot.com Zippered pocket: Change the zipper foot back to normal foot. topstitch about 2-3 mm from the edge. 2.http://verypurpleperson. 2 Mark the center line and topstitch until the fold line. Place B1 under the outer card slot of A1 and arrange neatly.

about 11. 1. Fold Topstitch 1 mm from the edge. Pull elastic until the fabric tube measured about 14 cm.com Wallet closure #1 Tab with velcro : Mark velcro placement on wallet. sew lace/ribbon across the other side of wallet. iron. Sew tab on wallet. 4 cm from the edge. 1. #2 Fabric loop and button : the fabric strip as if making a 1 cm binding. Mark velcro placement on B3 tab. If you want symmetrical look. about 2 cm from the folded edge. Using a long blunt needle. Sew lace/ribbon across the wallet. Sew velcro in place. Mark tab placement on wallet. 4 1 2 3 Wallet ©2009 . 2. or put an X inside. Put right sides of A3 and B4 together and sew the sides with 1 cm allowance. Fold the top and bottom of A3 and B4 1 cm from the edge. 2. Put loop on the mark and sew in place. 3. You can also use a binding maker to do this. Turn right sides out and iron.http://verypurpleperson.5 cm from the edge. Topstitch all around. Sew velcro in place. thread thin elastic inside. 4. or 1 3 2 4 Note: this is also the right time to sew embellishment on the outer side of wallet if preferred. This will cover the raw edges of fabric loop. on the center point of the edge line. Mark loop placement on the right side of A1. 4. about 2 cm from the raw edge. You can sew the tab with a rectangle shape. 3. Now we have a tab with the top and bottom still open. over the loop.

Baste the sides and trim the sides so that the wallet width is now 21 cm. You can also use snap-on button. or mark each side at 10.com Assembling all pieces: Place B2 (lining) on wallet under all pockets. magnetic closure.no mass production). sew button securely on the outer side of wallet. Topstitch the top and bottom folded edges. catching all layers. You’re done! Now make more! Combine different colours and patterns together. Sew binding strips on both edges of the wallet. This is a free tutorial You may use the finished products for both personal and commercial use (craft shops or markets only . trim the edges of inner pieces if necessary. Finishing: Measure wallet at 21 cm width.5 cm from center line of wallet. Make sure that all edges are aligned to each other.http://verypurpleperson. Please do not pass off this tutorial as your own. Notes: to ensure fitting.^) Wallet ©2009 . about 4 cm from the edge. Thank you! (^. arrange all folds neatly. or plain elastic without the fabric loop. For variation #2.

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